The debate surrounding hand drawing versus computer-generated imagery has become a hot topic. Having grown up with computers, today’s interior design and architecture students are extremely adept at creating computer imagery, but often lack confidence in their freehand sketching skills, or do not know how to sketch at all. Sketching, and the careful observation that it entails, is essential for the successful development of the next generation of designers.Forty-five step-by-step exercises take the student from the simple three-dimensional forms of furniture, to interiors, to complex building exteriors and cityscapes. Technical topics covered include tools, line weights, perspective, proportion, composition, shading, serial views and context. Exercises are illustrated with beautiful sketches specially created by the author.Sketching for Architecture + Interior Design is an indispensable and practical guide for students wishing to master the art of looking and sketching.Stephanie Travis is Director and Associate Professor of the Interior Architecture and Design Program at The George Washington University, Washington, DC. She has extensive academic and professional experience, and was also Associate Editor of the International Journal of Design Education, 2014.